U.S. President Woodrow Wilson talks at New York Herald's office in New York, United States, in World War 1. Headlines of the newspaper 'The New York Herald'. Draft slips enclosed in gelatin capsules are put into a glass bowl. Woodrow Wilson's eyes are covered with a blindfold. Wilson draws a draft number from the bowl. Other dignitaries also draw draft numbers one by one in the same fashion. The draft slips read and result declared. Man writes results on a New York Herald's Bulletin Board. People gather in large numbers to see the results. Men raise their hats and cheer after knowing the results. U.S. flags hung outside New York Herald's building. (WWI; WW1)
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